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De Malines, Gerard
De Malynes, Gerard
De Malynes$mgerrard
DeMalynes, Gerard
Maline, ..
Maline, Gerard
Malines, Gerard
Malines, Gerard de
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Malyne, Gerard
Malynes, Gerard
Malynes, Gerard De
Malynes, Gerrard de
Malynes, Malynes de
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verksam 1586-1641
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Dafforne, Richard (1600-talet)
English Printing Collection (Library of Congress)
Jenkins, Leoline Sir, 1623-1685
Legate, John (d. 1658)
Massachusetts. Vice Admiralty Court
Miege, Guy (1644-1718?)
New Hampshire. Vice Admiralty Court
Sheffard, William
Thomas Jefferson Library Collection (Library of Congress)
Zouch, Richard (1590-1661)
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Advice concerning bills of exchange
Amphithalami, or, The accountants closet
Ancient law-merchant
Ancient sea-laws of Oleron, Wisby, and the Hanse-towns, still in force
Center of the circle of commerce, or, a refutation of a treatise, intituled the circle of commerce
Consuetudo vel, Lex mercatoria
Englands view, in the unmasking of two paradoxes. -
Extracts from Godolphin, Sea laws, Jenkins, Maline, Zouch and Exton : of all the parts of those treatises which relate to the Admiralty jurisdiction in cases of contracts : also, the commission of George III. to the Vice Admiralty Court in New Hampshire in 1776, and an abstract of the records of the Vice Admiralty Court in Massachusetts prior to the revolution.
Introduction to merchants-accompts
Jurisdiction of the admiralty of England asserted
maintenance of free trade. -, The
Merchant's almanac of 1622
Merchant's mirrour, or, Directions for the perfect ordering and keeping of his accounts
Saint George for England, allegorically described
Soveraignty of the British seas
Treatise of the canker of englands common wealth deuided into three parts, wherein the author, imitating the rule of good phisitions, first, declareth the disease, secondarily, sheweth the efficient cause thereof, lastly, a remedy for the same
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